Google pens deal with music publishers in Europe to bring 5.5 million new tracks to Play Music
Google’s been busy in the music arena lately, doing everything from signing new deals involving content to bringing features out to different countries around the world. We’ve seen gapless playback, music matching (in some countries), and now a slew of new music – 5.5 million new tracks, to be specific – thanks to a new European music deal.
The new deal brings new music to 35 different countries, and have prices similar to Amazon and Apple (according to reports). This will hopefully help Google up it’s public-facing view of their market environment.
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